DigiTech Two Second Digital Delay PDS 1002

DigiTech Two Second Digital Delay PDS 1002

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2 sec, 500 msec, and 125 msec modes. Two pedals for operation: one for toggling infinite repeat and the other for turning effect on and off. One knob each for mix, delay time, number of repeats, input, and output.

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User Reviews of the DigiTech Two Second Digital Delay PDS 1002

  • Submitted by ralph from San Francisco, CA (114 points) on Dec 27, 2007
  • GREAT DELAY, TOOK ME 6 MONTHS TO GET ONE FOR UNDER $50 OFF OF EBAY, MAKES TWO SECONDS SEEMS LIKE A LIFETIME
  • Good Points: EXCELLANT DELAY, HOLD WITH MIX GIVES GREAT MIX OF SOUND
  • Bad Points: NONE
  • Price Paid: US$35.00
  • Purchased At: EBAY
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  • Submitted by Albert from Beverly Hills, CA (16 points) on Nov 12, 2005
  • This pedal rules. Because of this pedal i became a delay addict and i love it to death. this pedal is very good for making those fast cool noises with the built in looper which i enjoying doing a lot of.
  • Good Points: sweet looper
  • Bad Points: none
  • Price Paid: US$60.00
  • Purchased At: hollowood
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  • Submitted by spit + smudge from Savannah, GA (210 points) on Feb 2, 2004
  • Recently obtained this through a friend. Damn, I waited too long to get one of these. Now I wished I could have gotten one much sooner. 2 seconds of delay time gives you plenty of room to play around with. I love the fact that the delay range is selected using a slider switch versus a knob, which allows for much quick time selections compared to a knob. I love how you can mix the wet signal with the dry signal as well. The level is like typical dod digital delay pedals, wished it was slightly louder. Making loops and layering them is definately useful and can be easily done using the pds1002
  • Good Points: Slider switch to select different delay times. Two stompswitches to allow easier loop layering. Wet/Dry blend knob.
  • Bad Points: Nothing.
  • Price Paid: US$0.00
  • Purchased At: friend
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  • Submitted by John from Glagsow (30 points) on Aug 23, 2003
  • This thing's ace-I love it. The best aspect of the pedal is the fact that the loops, once created, can be layered exponentially to create some madass sounds. For example, once the loop is created, by turning the delay time up or down you can create a low, thundering burble with regular sonics on top, or a regular speed part with megaspeed parts on top, A.N. style! The delay sound itself is not harsh, in fact I found it quite pleasant. Responds well to distortion as well-you can really heap it on and it still functions excellently.
  • Good Points: 1. Great delay sounds 2. Pretty versatile 3. Compact 4. Hard-ass chassis
  • Bad Points: 1. Switches are very fragile 2. so is the battery compartment(it's on the front) 3. Uses weird power thing(I'm in the UK and mine broke)
  • Price Paid: US$20.00
  • Purchased At: eBay.co.uk
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  • Submitted by K. from Sealy, TX (508 points) on May 23, 2002
  • Yet another of the Digitech double-sized delay pedal, similar in layout to the PDS 8000, but w/o the sampler. Delay times are selectable via a small slider-style switch from 125ms to 2sec. Knobs control delay time, regeneration, mix of wet and dry signal, and controls for input and output level. I rarely use it as a straight delay, mainly for the infinite repeat feature (as with my other PDS pedals) which gives an unending loop as long as the repeat hold switch is engaged. While a loop is running you can adjust the delay time to either speed it up or slow it down, as has been stated repeatedly w/ the DOD Digitech delays just indespensible when grabbing a loop w/ the delay time high then cranking it down for huge bass rumbles (works even better for this if you follow it w/ a distortion pedal.). My only real complaint would be the excessive # of controls for the mixer section, the PDS 20/20 only has one mix control (wet/dry signal) and replaces the in/out level w/ a modulation section, which is something that could have been done here as well.
  • Good Points: Infinite repeat mode alone makes this an absolute necessity, well constructed
  • Bad Points: Three controls dedicated to tweaking wet/dry signal mix, PDS 20/20 only has one, which is enough
  • Price Paid: US$60.00
  • Purchased At: e-bay
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  • Submitted by gr-eh? from Detroit, MI (374 points) on Feb 1, 2002
  • This thing is a beast, an essential part of our pedal setup. You can rock hefty 2 second noise loops, adjust pitch while adding new snippets in with a quick flutter of the sample pedal. Voila, instant NON. The dry out functions as a weak input. It sounds nice as a delay, but I mainly use it for the sampling. Of course, the residual delay from stopping a loop will give you some cover up time while recording a new loop!
  • Good Points: Almost everything about this mofo boy is awesome. Rugged DOD-style construction.
  • Bad Points: Loss of sample/delay effect when changing sample/delay length. A little learning curve, but spend a little time with it and you'll love it.
  • Price Paid: US$0.00
  • Purchased At: Left at my house for 2+ years
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